Cima, CA-2020-Archive

Using Your Services

Caller ID and Calling Name ID See the caller’s identity before you answer the phone. How it works: When you receive a call with Caller ID you will see the calling party’s phone number; and with Calling Name ID you will see the calling party’s name and/or phone number on the display screen of your phone or device (unless the calling party has requested call blocking on their number). How to use: 1. When you receive a call, wait until your telephone completes the first ringing signal. 2. The name and/or telephone number of the person calling you will automatically appear on your display screen or Caller ID unit. 3. If you choose to answer the call, the number will remain on the screen until you or the caller hangs up. Note: • Subscription to Caller ID requires the purchase of a digital display telephone or an add-on display unit. • If the word “Private” appears on your screen, the caller may have blocked the display of their number by pressing *67 before placing the call. You can choose whether or not to answer the call. • If “unknown name,” “unknown number,” “out of area,” or “0” appears, the caller is in an area that does not support Caller ID services.

Call Trace Identify harassing callers through the phone company. How it works: When you receive a harassing call, you can dial a simple code to trace the source of that call for the telephone company. This is available on-demand, as pay-per-use service for $3.70 per Call Trace, up to a maximum billing charge of $15 per month. How to use: 1. When you get a nuisance call. Hang up. (Call Trace must be used immediately after you hang up on the call you want traced. If you get another call, or hear a Call Waiting tone first, you will trace the wrong call.) 2. Lift the handset and listen for a normal dial tone. 3. Press *57. Hang up. 4. The number you traced will be recorded at the phone company. Note: • If you decide to follow up on the matter, you are required to contact your local law enforcement authority to file a complaint, and then the phone company will provide the traced call to the local law enforcement authority. Traced call information cannot be provided directly to the subscriber. There are government regulated privacy and procedure details associated with implementing Call Trace. Please contact Customer Care for pricing and instructions.


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